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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Merkel to neuter German constitution for "ever closer union"

Most of the chattering classes happily opine that it's A Good Thing that Germany is now, de facto, in charge of the EU. They cite its strong constitution, its fear of inflation and its guilt over two world wars as being reasons why Germany is a responsible nation of free people. They imply that Germany is now rehabilitated.

But Lo! Merkel plans to neuter the German Constitution because the Constitutional Court which presides over it has the power to scupper EU plans for "ever closer union".




The Lisbon Treaty and the ESM Treaty are, in effect, "enabling acts" of a type Hitler and Stalin would have been proud. But this time, the jurisdiction is the entirety of the EU, not just Germany.

Cognisant of this, will the EU fanatics in the Eurozone still be happy to sign up to the ESM Treaty? Will their people let them?

Will we let them?

Update: Some argue that in order for Merkel to ratify the ESM Treaty, she'll have to hold a referendum. To them, I ask "who will, by the force of law, enforce a referendum, if not the Constitutional Court?".

If Merkel neuters that court, German sovereignty is toast.

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Sunday, 27 November 2011

Does UK want Turkey in EU to boost qualified majority voting weight?

Archbishop Cranmer ponders whether our masters are insane - insanity being a pathology they increasingly exhibit.

Why else would they be so keen for Turkey to join the EU, despite the public's and the EU's antipathy for the idea.

But if the Turks join the EU and flock to the UK like everyone else, the UK will surely, over time, become the most populous country in the EU (should it survive that long).

We cannot assume that our 'masters' are so impossibly stupid that they cannot envisage this scenario as being a probability.

Therefore, we have to wonder whether increasing the UK population with Turks, as a means of having bigger boots under the EU table, is one of the FO's goals:  the increased population would boost our qualified majority voting (QMV) leverage, or what there is of it.

Are there any whistle-blowers out there who might care to shed some light on this?

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Update: In response to The Slog's intel and commentary (above-linked), the esteemed Dr Denis Cooper said:
Denis Cooper
The intra-eurozone ESM treaty signed by the governments of the 17 eurozone states on July 11th is not yet in force.

And it can’t come into force unless and until the necessary EU treaty change has come into force, and that necessary EU treaty change agreed by EU leaders on March 25th:

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2011:091:0001:0002:EN:PDF

can’t come into force unless and until it has been ratified by all 27 EU member states.

And it can’t be ratified by the UK unless and until Parliament has approved it through an Act.

So if you want to do something practical to try to stop this in its tracks, lobbying MPs to block the Bill, and maybe insist that the treaty change should be put to a UK referendum, is the obvious option.

I’ll repeat that sequence of legal steps:

UK Bill to approve EU treaty change agreed on March 25th -> UK Act -> UK ratification of EU treaty change -> EU treaty change can come into force -> ESM treaty can come into force.

Friday, 25 November 2011

Uncivil service, self-serving service: Where are whistleblowers when you need them?

Daniel Hannan hones in on the essence of the Euro project and, just as he laid into Huhne's disastrous policies on QT last night, so he's not afraid to tell it as it is, while staying within "the rules".

He's right.

But if the civil service is at fault, perhaps we ought to go to war with the civil servants - personally.

Is there a register of 'interests' for these unelected people? And if so, are all junkets and freebies properly accounted for?

How many of the treaty negotiators (including the civil service) have EU pensions? Does Parliament require that these be declared as 'interests'? If not, why not?

And how many of these people have personally beneficial affiliations with the UN or other external bodies?

Let's have them in front of a select committee - or better still, a judge.

We need whistle-blowers to come forward and blast these quisling creeps out of their dark hiding places. They must surely leave trails of personal scandal wherever they go.

You might know one or two of them. Perhaps a neighbour, a fellow commuter, an office associate. I wonder what secrets these insects hide as they deliberately write regulations that steal our privacy and liberty while looting us.

Why protect their privacy when they steal ours? Why protect people live handsomely from our wallets but who do not have our best interests at heart?

Maybe you're a civil servant yourself and are uncomfortable with the treacherous behaviour and deeds you've witnessed in government.

All we need is a critical mass ...

Tyranny: What if ...?



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Weather wars

The Met predicts one of the mildest winters ever, while Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction  predicts that 27th and 28th December 2011 be "exceptionally cold".

My money's on WeatherAction.

Why?

Because the Met has a political agenda and is kept alive by the taxpayer, whereas WeatherAction has to rely on being right in order to survive.

And, of course, because the Met's medium- to long-term forecasts have been so spectacularly wrong in recent years, compared to WA's ...

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Taxpayer-funded political parties: the end of representative democracy?

Priti Patel makes the case against further taxpayer funding of political parties:
However, increased levels of public subsidies for political parties will compromise those efforts as political parties would rely more on the taxpayer than the voluntary support of their members, which runs the risk of political parties becoming detached from their membership and from local associations
It is the result of that detachment which should be of concern: the membership will lose influence over policy at an ever-increasing rate as the executive has less and less need of membership dues or activist participation. 

Should party funding via taxation take hold, once membership levels drop below some tipping point, activists will be hired by parties instead of their numbers swelling voluntarily from the grass roots.  Thus, a whole new cottage industry of political influence-peddlers will be spawned.

As the contribution of membership fees from the public declines, so the parties will push for a greater portion of the taxpayer pot. Thus the chasm between grassroots and the executive will grow - again, at an ever-increasing rate.  At which point, it could hardly be said that parties are representative of the people.

If parties are not representative of the people, then it will make little sense to the electorate to elect a party at a general election, rather than individual candidates.  Once that penny drops, the bottom will fall out of party politics, breaking the back of "representative democracy" and calling its democratic legitimacy into question.

This anti-democratic proposal is typical of the Orwellian 'Liberal' 'Democrat' tendency.

Those who are for this soviet-type madness have been pushing the envelope for some time. Since they have succeeded in getting incremental change pushed through in their preferred direction of travel, they might imagine that the public has not noticed or does not care about the issue.

However, they should be mindful that the public is never the less watching, gathering evidence and waiting, as the patient, tolerant British are wont to do. If the Orwellian Party push it too far, it will explode in their faces and the Conservative Party would be well-advised to take note.

Conservatives are doubtless aware that taxpayer-funded political parties are accepted as normal in Europe - so no prizes for guessing where the Yellows got this idea from.

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Logic problem: Gordon's gold sell-off revisited

Help me out here.

If Gordon Brown sold off the UK's gold after alerting the markets as to his intentions and used the proceeds to buy Euros, didn't he, in effect, make an indirect financial contribution to the EU?

I.e., pouring money into Euros so that the ECB wouldn't have to - given its stated aversion to printing 'money'?

If so, what did he get in return? What was promised?

Quite a lot of jiggery-pokery going on, if you ask me.

Monday, 21 November 2011

How government works

Nicked from a commenter:
Once upon a time the government had a vast scrap yard in the middle of nowhere. Parliament said, "Someone may steal from it at night." So they created a night watchman position and hired a person for the job.

Then Parliament said, "How does the night watchman do his job without instruction?" So they created a planning department and hired two people, one person to write the instructions, and one person to do time studies.

Then Parliament asked, "How will we know the night watchman is doing the tasks correctly?" So they created a Quality Control department and hired two people. One to do the studies and one to write the reports.

Then Parliament said, "How are these people going to get paid and administered?" So they created the following positions, two time keepers and three payroll officers, and then hired four human resources consultants and five health and safety executives.

Then Parliament said, "Who will be accountable for all of these people?" So they created an administrative section and hired fifty people including administrative officers, assistant administrative officers, legal secretaries and a chief executive on £250,000 per annum.

Then Parliament said, "We have had this in operation for over one year and we are £25,000,000 over budget, we must cutback the overall cost."

So they laid off the night watchman.

Bruges Group rates MPs voting records for europhilia

The Bruges Group has produced a handy europhilia database, based on MPs' voting records.

Below are results for Conservative MPs. Notice how much red there is.

Douglas Carswell scores a highly respectable +96%, reflecting his EU realism. Lidington, along with an extremely high number of Conservative MPs, score 100%, reflecting their EU fanaticism.

Unfortunately, my MP is 100% europhiliac.  He and his fellow quislings are as much "Guilty Men" (or wimmin) as those named by Peter Oborne recently (see video below).  Notice how many of the EU fanatics have government sinecures.  Cause or effect?

MP / Constituency Rating Party 
A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V W Y 
Guto Bebb, Aberconwy-60%Conservative
Gerald Howarth, Aldershot-50%Conservative
Richard Shepherd, Aldridge-Brownhills84%Conservative
Graham Brady, Altrincham and Sale West24%Conservative
Nigel Mills, Amber Valley-38%Conservative
Nick Herbert, Arundel and South Downs-82%Conservative
Damian Green, Ashford-100%Conservative
David Lidington, Aylesbury-66%Conservative
Tony Baldry, Banbury-66%Conservative
John Baron, Basildon and Billericay40%Conservative
Maria Miller, Basingstoke-100%Conservative
Jane Ellison, Battersea-100%Conservative
Dominic Grieve, Beaconsfield-82%Conservative
Bob Stewart, Beckenham-38%Conservative
Richard Fuller, Bedford-82%Conservative
Graham Stuart, Beverley and Holderness-54%Conservative
Gregory Barker, Bexhill and Battle-66%Conservative
David Evennett, Bexleyheath and Crayford-100%Conservative
Paul Maynard, Blackpool North and Cleveleys-100%Conservative
Nick Gibb, Bognor Regis and Littlehampton-100%Conservative
Mark Simmonds, Boston and Skegness-100%Conservative
David Tredinnick, Bosworth-100%Conservative
Tobias Ellwood, Bournemouth East-100%Conservative
Conor Burns, Bournemouth West-100%Conservative
Phillip Lee, Bracknell-100%Conservative
Brooks Newmark, Braintree-82%Conservative
Mary Macleod, Brentford and Isleworth-82%Conservative
Eric Pickles, Brentwood and Ongar-66%Conservative
Ian Liddell-Grainger, Bridgwater and West Somerset-82%Conservative
Andrew Percy, Brigg and Goole34%Conservative
Simon Kirby, Brighton, Kemptown-100%Conservative
Charlotte Leslie, Bristol North West-100%Conservative
Keith Simpson, Broadland-82%Conservative
Robert Neill, Bromley and Chislehurst-100%Conservative
Sajid Javid, Bromsgrove-82%Conservative
Charles Walker, Broxbourne6%Conservative
Anna Soubry, Broxtowe-82%Conservative
Andrew Griffiths, Burton-82%Conservative
David Nuttall, Bury North78%Conservative
David Ruffley, Bury St Edmunds-82%Conservative
Craig Whittaker, Calder Valley-44%Conservative
George Eustice, Camborne and Redruth6%Conservative
Aidan Burley, Cannock Chase-82%Conservative
Julian Brazier, Canterbury-100%Conservative
Jonathan Evans, Cardiff North-100%Conservative
John Stevenson, Carlisle-76%Conservative
Simon Hart, Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire-100%Conservative
Rebecca Harris, Castle Point-100%Conservative
Mel Stride, Central Devon-100%Conservative
Daniel Poulter, Central Suffolk and North Ipswich-100%Conservative
Stephen Dorrell, Charnwood-32%Conservative
Tracey Crouch, Chatham and Aylesford-44%Conservative
Simon Burns, Chelmsford-82%Conservative
Greg Hands, Chelsea and Fulham-82%Conservative
Cheryl Gillan, Chesham and Amersham-82%Conservative
Andrew Tyrie, Chichester-100%Conservative
Iain Duncan Smith, Chingford and Woodford Green-66%Conservative
Theresa Villiers, Chipping Barnet-82%Conservative
Christopher Chope, Christchurch90%Conservative
Mark Field, Cities of London and Westminster-44%Conservative
Stephen Mosley, City of Chester-54%Conservative
Douglas Carswell, Clacton96%Conservative
Martin Vickers, Cleethorpes6%Conservative
David Jones, Clwyd West-100%Conservative
Jason McCartney, Colne Valley24%Conservative
Fiona Bruce, Congleton-60%Conservative
Louise Mensch, Corby-66%Conservative
Henry Smith, Crawley-44%Conservative
Edward Timpson, Crewe and Nantwich-82%Conservative
Gavin Barwell, Croydon Central-100%Conservative
Richard Ottaway, Croydon South-82%Conservative
Gareth Johnson, Dartford-100%Conservative
Chris Heaton-Harris, Daventry-4%Conservative
Patrick McLoughlin, Derbyshire Dales-100%Conservative
Claire Perry, Devizes-66%Conservative
Simon Reevell, Dewsbury34%Conservative
Charlie Elphicke, Dover-66%Conservative
Chris Kelly, Dudley South50%Conservative
David Mundell, Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale-82%Conservative
Angie Bray, Ealing Central and Acton-100%Conservative
Hugo Swire, East Devon-82%Conservative
Damian Hinds, East Hampshire-100%Conservative
Sam Gyimah, East Surrey-100%Conservative
Tim Loughton, East Worthing and Shoreham-100%Conservative
Greg Knight, East Yorkshire-82%Conservative
Stephen O`Brien, Eddisbury-16%Conservative
Alec Shelbrooke, Elmet and Rothwell-100%Conservative
Nick de Bois, Enfield North-38%Conservative
David Burrowes, Enfield, Southgate-100%Conservative
Eleanor Laing, Epping Forest-100%Conservative
Chris Grayling, Epsom and Ewell-82%Conservative
Jessica Lee, Erewash-82%Conservative
Dominic Raab, Esher and Walton-44%Conservative
Mark Hoban, Fareham-100%Conservative
Hugh Robertson, Faversham and Mid Kent-100%Conservative
Jack Lopresti, Filton and Bradley Stoke-82%Conservative
Mike Freer, Finchley and Golders Green-100%Conservative
Damian Collins, Folkestone and Hythe-100%Conservative
Mark Harper, Forest of Dean-82%Conservative
Mark Menzies, Fylde-100%Conservative
Edward Leigh, Gainsborough34%Conservative
Rehman Chishti, Gillingham and Rainham-100%Conservative
Richard Graham, Gloucester-100%Conservative
Caroline Dinenage, Gosport-38%Conservative
Nick Boles, Grantham and Stamford-100%Conservative
Adam Holloway, Gravesham-44%Conservative
Brandon Lewis, Great Yarmouth-82%Conservative
Anne Milton, Guildford-82%Conservative
James Morris, Halesowen and Rowley Regis-76%Conservative
David Davis, Haltemprice and Howden28%Conservative
Edward Garnier, Harborough-100%Conservative
Robert Halfon, Harlow-60%Conservative
Andrew Jones, Harrogate and Knaresborough-100%Conservative
Bob Blackman, Harrow East-54%Conservative
Bernard Jenkin, Harwich and North Essex24%Conservative
Amber Rudd, Hastings and Rye-66%Conservative
David Willetts, Havant-82%Conservative
Mike Penning, Hemel Hempstead-66%Conservative
Matthew Offord, Hendon-38%Conservative
John Howell, Henley-100%Conservative
Jesse Norman, Hereford and South Herefordshire-82%Conservative
Mark Prisk, Hertford and Stortford-50%Conservative
James Clappison, Hertsmere56%Conservative
Guy Opperman, Hexham-82%Conservative
Andrew Bingham, High Peak-54%Conservative
Peter Lilley, Hitchin and Harpenden-82%Conservative
Angela Watkinson, Hornchurch and Upminster-82%Conservative
Francis Maude, Horsham-66%Conservative
Mike Weatherley, Hove-82%Conservative
Jonathan Djanogly, Huntingdon-100%Conservative
Lee Scott, Ilford North-100%Conservative
Ben Gummer, Ipswich-100%Conservative
Andrew Turner, Isle of Wight78%Conservative
Kris Hopkins, Keighley-100%Conservative
Jeremy Wright, Kenilworth and Southam-82%Conservative
Malcolm Rifkind, Kensington-50%Conservative
Philip Hollobone, Kettering74%Conservative
Chris Skidmore, Kingswood-100%Conservative
Eric Ollerenshaw, Lancaster and Fleetwood-100%Conservative
Michael Fabricant, Lichfield-100%Conservative
Karl McCartney, Lincoln-32%Conservative
Nicky Morgan, Loughborough-100%Conservative
Peter Tapsell, Louth and Horncastle56%Conservative
Philip Dunne, Ludlow-82%Conservative
David Rutley, Macclesfield-82%Conservative
Theresa May, Maidenhead-100%Conservative
Helen Grant, Maidstone and The Weald-82%Conservative
John Whittingdale, Maldon40%Conservative
George Hollingbery, Meon Valley-76%Conservative
Caroline Spelman, Meriden-50%Conservative
Nadine Dorries, Mid Bedfordshire-60%Conservative
Pauline Latham, Mid Derbyshire-60%Conservative
George Freeman, Mid Norfolk-82%Conservative
Nicholas Soames, Mid Sussex-82%Conservative
Peter Luff, Mid Worcestershire-82%Conservative
Mark Lancaster, Milton Keynes North-82%Conservative
Iain Stewart, Milton Keynes South-82%Conservative
Paul Beresford, Mole Valley-100%Conservative
David Davies, Monmouth-60%Conservative
Glyn Davies, Montgomeryshire-100%Conservative
David Morris, Morecambe and Lunesdale-82%Conservative
Julian Lewis, New Forest East78%Conservative
Desmond Swayne, New Forest West-82%Conservative
Patrick Mercer, Newark-76%Conservative
Richard Benyon, Newbury-66%Conservative
Anne Marie Morris, Newton Abbot-60%Conservative
Robert Walter, North Dorset-50%Conservative
Alistair Burt, North East Bedfordshire-32%Conservative
Stephen Barclay, North East Cambridgeshire-82%Conservative
James Arbuthnot, North East Hampshire-82%Conservative
Oliver Heald, North East Hertfordshire-100%Conservative
Jacob Rees-Mogg, North East Somerset-26%Conservative
Bill Wiggin, North Herefordshire-100%Conservative
Owen Paterson, North Shropshire-100%Conservative
Liam Fox, North Somerset-66%Conservative
Justin Tomlinson, North Swindon-60%Conservative
Roger Gale, North Thanet0%Conservative
Dan Byles, North Warwickshire-60%Conservative
Shailesh Vara, North West Cambridgeshire-76%Conservative
George Young, North West Hampshire-100%Conservative
Andrew Bridgen, North West Leicestershire24%Conservative
Henry Bellingham, North West Norfolk-100%Conservative
James Gray, North Wiltshire-16%Conservative
Michael Ellis, Northampton North-100%Conservative
Brian Binley, Northampton South28%Conservative
Chloe Smith, Norwich North-100%Conservative
Marcus Jones, Nuneaton-76%Conservative
James Brokenshire, Old Bexley and Sidcup-82%Conservative
Joseph Johnson, Orpington-100%Conservative
Nicola Blackwood, Oxford West and Abingdon-82%Conservative
Andrew Stephenson, Pendle-60%Conservative
Rory Stewart, Penrith and The Border-100%Conservative
Stewart Jackson, Peterborough-60%Conservative
Oliver Colvile, Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport-100%Conservative
Robert Syms, Poole-100%Conservative
Penny Mordaunt, Portsmouth North-100%Conservative
Stephen Crabb, Preseli Pembrokeshire-100%Conservative
Stuart Andrew, Pudsey-60%Conservative
Justine Greening, Putney-66%Conservative
Mark Francois, Rayleigh and Wickford-100%Conservative
Rob Wilson, Reading East-100%Conservative
Alok Sharma, Reading West-100%Conservative
Karen Lumley, Redditch-76%Conservative
Crispin Blunt, Reigate-82%Conservative
Nigel Evans, Ribble Valley50%Conservative
William Hague, Richmond (Yorks)18%Conservative
Zac Goldsmith, Richmond Park62%Conservative
Mark Reckless, Rochester and Strood96%Conservative
James Duddridge, Rochford and Southend East-100%Conservative
Andrew Rosindell, Romford-26%Conservative
Caroline Nokes, Romsey and Southampton North-76%Conservative
Jake Berry, Rossendale and Darwen-100%Conservative
Mark Pawsey, Rugby-82%Conservative
Nick Hurd, Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner-66%Conservative
Philip Hammond, Runnymede and Weybridge-100%Conservative
Kenneth Clarke, Rushcliffe-82%Conservative
Alan Duncan, Rutland and Melton-82%Conservative
Alan Haselhurst, Saffron Walden-82%Conservative
John Glen, Salisbury-100%Conservative
Robert Goodwill, Scarborough and Whitby-100%Conservative
Nigel Adams, Selby and Ainsty-82%Conservative
Michael Fallon, Sevenoaks-82%Conservative
Mark Spencer, Sherwood-66%Conservative
Philip Davies, Shipley84%Conservative
Daniel Kawczynski, Shrewsbury and Atcham-100%Conservative
Gordon Henderson, Sittingbourne and Sheppey68%Conservative
Julian Smith, Skipton and Ripon-100%Conservative
Stephen Phillips, Sleaford and North Hykeham-100%Conservative
Stephen Metcalfe, South Basildon and East Thurrock-100%Conservative
Andrew Lansley, South Cambridgeshire-66%Conservative
Heather Wheeler, South Derbyshire-60%Conservative
Richard Drax, South Dorset40%Conservative
James Paice, South East Cambridgeshire-100%Conservative
Sheryll Murray, South East Cornwall-44%Conservative
John Hayes, South Holland and The Deepings-66%Conservative
Andrew Robathan, South Leicestershire-100%Conservative
Richard Bacon, South Norfolk-100%Conservative
Andrea Leadsom, South Northamptonshire-60%Conservative
Lorraine Fullbrook, South Ribble-76%Conservative
Gavin Williamson, South Staffordshire-100%Conservative
Tim Yeo, South Suffolk-50%Conservative
Robert Buckland, South Swindon-100%Conservative
Laura Sandys, South Thanet-100%Conservative
Andrew Selous, South West Bedfordshire-100%Conservative
Gary Streeter, South West Devon-60%Conservative
David Gauke, South West Hertfordshire-100%Conservative
Elizabeth Truss, South West Norfolk-100%Conservative
Jeremy Hunt, South West Surrey-66%Conservative
Andrew Murrison, South West Wiltshire-100%Conservative
David Amess, Southend West-50%Conservative
Kwasi Kwarteng, Spelthorne-50%Conservative
Anne Main, St Albans62%Conservative
Jeremy Lefroy, Stafford-76%Conservative
Karen Bradley, Staffordshire Moorlands-100%Conservative
Stephen McPartland, Stevenage-60%Conservative
James Wharton, Stockton South-100%Conservative
William Cash, Stone84%Conservative
Margot James, Stourbridge-100%Conservative
Nadhim Zahawi, Stratford-on-Avon-82%Conservative
Neil Carmichael, Stroud-100%Conservative
Thérèse Coffey, Suffolk Coastal-82%Conservative
Michael Gove, Surrey Heath-16%Conservative
Andrew Mitchell, Sutton Coldfield-32%Conservative
Christopher Pincher, Tamworth-100%Conservative
George Osborne, Tatton0%Conservative
Laurence Robertson, Tewkesbury-10%Conservative
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, The Cotswolds-82%Conservative
Mark Pritchard, The Wrekin-10%Conservative
Anne McIntosh, Thirsk and Malton-66%Conservative
Jackie Doyle-Price, Thurrock-82%Conservative
Neil Parish, Tiverton and Honiton-60%Conservative
John Stanley, Tonbridge and Malling-44%Conservative
Geoffrey Cox, Torridge and West Devon-44%Conservative
Sarah Wollaston, Totnes-60%Conservative
Sarah Newton, Truro and Falmouth-66%Conservative
Greg Clark, Tunbridge Wells-82%Conservative
John Randall, Uxbridge and South Ruislip-100%Conservative
Alun Cairns, Vale of Glamorgan-82%Conservative
Edward Vaizey, Wantage-82%Conservative
David Mowat, Warrington South-100%Conservative
Chris White, Warwick and Leamington-100%Conservative
Richard Harrington, Watford-100%Conservative
Peter Aldous, Waveney-100%Conservative
Charles Hendry, Wealden-82%Conservative
Graham Evans, Weaver Vale-100%Conservative
Peter Bone, Wellingborough100%Conservative
Grant Shapps, Welwyn Hatfield-100%Conservative
Oliver Letwin, West Dorset-66%Conservative
Matthew Hancock, West Suffolk-100%Conservative
Harriett Baldwin, West Worcestershire-100%Conservative
John Penrose, Weston-super-Mare-100%Conservative
Stephen Hammond, Wimbledon-82%Conservative
Steve Brine, Winchester-60%Conservative
Adam Afriyie, Windsor-32%Conservative
Esther McVey, Wirral West-82%Conservative
Priti Patel, Witham-10%Conservative
David Cameron, Witney18%Conservative
Jonathan Lord, Woking-100%Conservative
John Redwood, Wokingham62%Conservative
Paul Uppal, Wolverhampton South West-100%Conservative
Robin Walker, Worcester-60%Conservative
Peter Bottomley, Worthing West-66%Conservative
Steve Baker, Wycombe84%Conservative
Ben Wallace, Wyre and Preston North-100%Conservative
Mark Garnier, Wyre Forest-100%Conservative
Julian Sturdy, York Outer-76%Conservative
306 entries listed

Oborne on the release of "Guilty Men":

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